Category Working Groups

CEWG Essay Competition: The Ideal puzzle – can we put back together our pieces?

Some months ago, the Civic Education Working Group launched a competition for essays with the title: “What does the ideal political system look like?”.  Participants had to submit an essay over their ideal political system and then organise an activity within their local...

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CEWG Essay Competition: What if YOUth could shape Europe?

Some months ago, the Civic Education Working Group launched a competition for essays with the title: “What does the ideal political system look like?”.  Participants had to submit an essay over their ideal political system and then organise an activity within their local...

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Youth Development Month-Interviewing AEGEE Alumni: Maria Nomikou

In the occasion of the Youth Development month, the Youth Development Working Group reached out to four AEGEE alumni and interviewed them, with the intention to connect past, present and future of AEGEE...

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Youth Development Month-Interviewing AEGEE Alumni: Fabian Brüggeman

In the occasion of the Youth Development month, the Youth Development Working Group reached out to four AEGEE alumni and interviewed them, with the intention to connect past, present and future of AEGEE. Here’s the third interview of the series: Fabian Brüggeman (formerly) from AEGEE-Düsseldorf. 

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Youth Development Month-Interviewing AEGEE Alumni: Simon de Hartog

In the occasion of the Youth Development month, the Youth Development Working Group reached out to four AEGEE alumni and interviewed them, with the intention to connect past, present and future of AEGEE. Here’s the second interview of the series: Simon de Hartog (formerly) from AEGEE-Enschede. 

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Youth Development Month-Interviewing AEGEE Alumni: Berat Ezel

In the occasion of the Youth Development month, the Youth Development Working Group reached out to four AEGEE alumni and interviewed them, with the intention to connect past, present and future of AEGEE. Here’s the first interview of the series: Berat Ezel (formerly) from AEGEE-Izmir.

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Still a Long Way to Go for Gender Equality in Europe

On October 11, the European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) welcomed around 300 decision-makers and representatives of civil society, among which AEGEE, represented by the Policy Officer of the Equal Rights Working Group.

EIGE is an autonomous body of the European Union established to contrib...

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The New Working Groups Are Ready to Kick-off Their Term

Their term starts today...

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Civic Education Working Group, a Look Back

The Civic Education Working Group proved to be a consistent and hard-working group of people since the reform of the WG was accepted in Spring Agora Asturias 2015...

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AEGEE wants More Than Education!

One of the aims of our organisation is to foster educating members able to think critically and outside the box, but at the same time to understand the political reality and society, therefore the importance of civic education...

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